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Name - Acanthistius brasilianus

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Reported Taxonomic Ranks


Reported Taxonomic Hierarchies

Animalia (Kingdom)
Chordata (Phylum)
Vertebrata (Subphylum)
Pisces (Group)
Osteichthyes (Group)
Perciformes (Order)
Serranidae (Family)


Recent Publications

  • Reproductive aspects of the main fish species in the Argentine-Uruguayan common fishing zone and El Rincon. November, 1994.
  • A new species of Dichelyne (Nematoda: Cucullanidae) parasitizing Acanthistius brasilianus (Pisces: Serranidae) from Argentinean waters.
  • The 'pole-hooking' method: a novel and economical technique for in situ tagging small to medium-sized fishes.
  • Occurrence of Acanthistius brasilianus (Cuvier, 1828) in Uruguayan waters (35[degree]45'S): when poor taxonomy means poor ecological knowledge.
  • Adaptation of diet in a changed environment: Increased consumption of lobster krill Munida gregaria (Fabricius, 1793) by Argentine hake.

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